| 
  • If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • Stop wasting time looking for files and revisions. Connect your Gmail, DriveDropbox, and Slack accounts and in less than 2 minutes, Dokkio will automatically organize all your file attachments. Learn more and claim your free account.

View
 

Teachers "Brown Bag Lunch" Series

Page history last edited by Ewalters 6 years, 8 months ago

Copyright for the Classroom - Nov. 15

In this session we will be covering copyright and fair use.  Copyright infringement occurs when information is used or distributed  without permission of the entity that owns the legal rights to that information. This includes using images, cartoons, music, and software on your website or in a document.  What then are best practices of Fair Use? How can teachers and students safely use these resources in their teaching and learning.  We will cover this and more in this session.

 

Guest presenter will be Eileen C. Walters, Technology Integration Specialist, CCCOE

 

Copyright for the Classroom Resources

 


Digital Demands of the Common Core for Teachers -  Dec 12th 

The Common Core Standards call for technology to be embedded seamlessly into instruction. Students will publish online, critically evaluate Internet resources and use and understand multimedia's impact on instruction. Technology permeates all core curricular areas and assessment with the move to Smarter Balanced Assessment. The focus of the presentation is to deepen understanding of the digital demands of the Common Core. Join us and walk away with information and resources on how to begin implementing these ideas in the educational environment.

 

Digital Demands Resources


What do Your Students Need to Know in Order to be Safe Ethical Internet Users? - Jan 10th

Our students are growing up in a digital world of social networking and texting. That does not necessarily mean they understand appropriate behavior, digital citizenship and consequences of poor choices. What do students need to know? Learn about great lessons and resources to use with students. Consider ideas to implement a campus-wide campaign on these issues.  Come away with many resources as well as a  survey to find out your students' perceptions of these issues.

 

Guest presenter will be Adrienne DeWolfe, Technology Specialist, CTAP Region 4 and CCCOE


Students as Safe Ethical Internet Users Resources

 


Common Core Digital Tool - Feb 6th

Common Core is 21st Century Skills.  Join us for this webinar to learn about a new tool developed by the Contra Costa County Office of Education that connects Common Core Standards with web 2.0 tools and apps.  Leverage technology while implementing the new Common Core in uncommon ways!

 

Guest presenters will be Adrienne DeWolfe and Eileen C. Walters, Technology Specialists, CTAP Region 4 and CCCOE

 

Common Core Digital Tools Resources

 


Digital Passport - Feb 26th

Digital Passport provides the road map that your students will need to navigate today's media and technology landscape safely and responsibly.  Through engaging, self-paced, interactive modules, students will learn about creating strong passwords, standing up to cyberbullying, finding information online, giving credit for others' work and using cell phones responsibly.  Join us as Merve Lapus with Common Sense Media walks us through this great project.

 

Digital Passport Resources

Comments (0)

You don't have permission to comment on this page.